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| | Brock Allen: MSDN article on CORS in Web API 2
'My MSDN article on CORS in Web API is now out! With that understanding then it’s simple enough to understand how Web API surfaces support for CORS. Given the nature of CORS, I really wanted to spend much of the article explaining CORS by itself. Enjoy DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Self Hosted Web API / Nuget Gotcha
Just a heads up that when self hosting the new WCF Web API. By default if you try to add the Web API references via Nuget you will get a failure (E_FAIL returned from a COM component). This is due to the likely project types (Console, Windows Service, WPF) defaulting to the client profile rather than the full framework. If you change the project to the full framework the Nuget packages install correctly. Yet again bitten by the Client Profile.NET;REST;WCF DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, June 15, 2011
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- Query composition with the ASP.NET Web API
Having the ASP.NET Web API as a REST service returning data is kind of nice but to be efficient on the wire we don’t want to return more data that required only to discard it in the client. 3: private NorthwindContext _db = new NorthwindContext(); 4: 5: // GET /api/. 10: 11: // GET /api/ /5. As we have seen in a previous post just returning a collection data was real easy. As it turns out changing the service so the client can filter data is almost just as easy. In the previous example we returned an IEnumerable. 1: public class ProductsController : ApiController.
The Problem Solver - Wednesday, March 21, 2012
- Using the WCF Web API in an ASP.NET MVC application
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API In my previous blog post I showed how to add to and use the new WCF Web API a console application using NuGet. Now that works but it is far more likely that you will want to be using IIS and host the REST service as part of a web application. Not that there is anything specific to MVC I need here, all I need is a web site and I could have started with a WebForms application just the same. Just like in this post we can add a reference to the WCF Web API to our project.
The Problem Solver - Monday, June 13, 2011
- Tony Sneed: Build Async Services with ASP.NET Web API and Entity Framework 6
If you are building web services that interact with a database, chances are they are not written in a scalable fashion. Web services based either on WCF, which supports both SOAP and REST, or on ASP.NET Web API, which exclusively … Continue reading →
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- Self Hosted Web API / Nuget Gotcha
Just a heads up that when self hosting the new WCF Web API. By default if you try to add the Web API references via Nuget you will get a failure (E_FAIL returned from a COM component). This is due to the likely project types (Console, Windows Service, WPF) defaulting to the client profile rather than the full framework. If you change the project to the full framework the Nuget packages install correctly. Yet again bitten by the Client Profile.NET;REST;WCF
DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, June 15, 2011
- Getting started with the WCF Web API
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API When designing services the REST style is becoming more and more popular. Enter the WCF Web API The new Web API is supposed to change that and enable a lot more flexibility to create more powerful REST services using WCF. At the moment the Web API is still in a preview state so things might change quite a bit before it is actually released so keep that in mind if you read this some time in the future. The equivalent service using the WCF Web API is very similar.
The Problem Solver - Tuesday, May 31, 2011
- Adding the WCF Web API to a project
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API In my previous blog post I showed how to get started with the new WCF Web API but one thing I skipped is how to install and add it to your project first. The easiest way to get started is to use NuGet and add the WCF Web API package to your project. There are several different packages for the WCF Web API but the one named WebApi.All is the easiest to get started with as it contains all relevant assemblies. So in post I am going to add that information. Install failed.
The Problem Solver - Wednesday, June 1, 2011
- Thinktecture.IdentityModel.Http and the ASP.NET Web API CodePlex bits
I will keep the github repo in sync with the major releases of Web API (like Beta, RC, RTM). Because of the changes made to Web API after beta, my current bits don’t build against the CodePlex version anymore. Today I installed a build environment for the CodePlex bits, and migrated my code. It turns out the changes are pretty easy: Simply replace Request.GetUserPrincipal() with Thread.CurrentPrincipal ;). will update the repo when RC comes out. IdentityModel WebAPI
www.leastprivilege.com - Wednesday, April 11, 2012